|Cavansite – International Crystals Encyclopedia https://www.gemzworld.com/
|Origin – the place or situation from which something comes, the beginning of something’s existence, the point from which it starts out, the thing from which it is ultimately derived.|
Cavansite is a Silicate mineral of secondary formation which occurs in andesitic and basaltic rocks with a variety of zeolite minerals.
The name Cavansite derives from its chemical compostition which incorporates calcium vanadium silicate.
It is known for its strikingly attractive blue colour and radiating acicular prismatic formation and is found mainly in Pune, India and the Deccan Traps.
All crystals belong to a different group according to the basis of the relationships of their axes. There are 7 systems and 32 classes of symmetry. Cavansite crystals belong to the Orthorhombic system.
|History – the past considered as a whole, the whole series of past events connected with someone or sometihing, a continuous typically chronological record of importance.|
|Cavansite has only been discovered as a collectors stone in the last thirty to forty years and so there is no latent documentation that details the crystal.
We do know that it was first discovered in Oregon but did not garner interest until the early 1970’s when the deep blue crystal was discovered in Pune, India.
It is mainly used as a collectors stone however it does occasionaly appear as gem stones.
|Specification – the act of describing or identifying something precisely, a detailed description of the design and materials used to make something.|
|Cavansite is a very distinctive mineral that forms in balls of up to a few centimeters in size. It can sometimes be found in bow tie shaped aggregates and is determined , in the main, by its spikey bladed crystals.
Sought by collectors for its attractiveness, the crystal is occasionaly found in gem stones.
|Varieties – a number or range of things of the same general class that are different or distinct in character or quality.|
|There are not so many varieties of Cavansite however there are associated minerals that include but are not limited to;
|Esoteric Attributes – a quality or feature as characteristic of or possed by something.|
|Crystals by their very nature are able to receive and focus energy in different ways. Their molecular structure enables them to be used to amplify and convert energy and hence crystals have been used for centuries to aid healing and transmute energy both in the metaphysical and physical world.
Because each crystal family has different formational backgrounds, each also has different vibrtional frequencies that can be harnesed and used for specific purposes. Each therefore have specific qualities that can be used to help a person heal on the many different levels of their being.
The following is a list of healing attributes associated with Cavansite crystals.
|Mental: Cavansite is an inspirational stone for strengthening learning ability and logical thinking.|
|Emotional: Cavansite gives a sense of self-respect and encourages optimism and the beauty of life. It is an emotionaly encouraging stone.|
|Physical: Cavansite is a great aid in ear problems, especially tinnitus. It is used for regeneration and cleansing and is a healer with regards to the kidneys and bladder.|
Crystal Chart – Cavansite
|Mineralogy:||Calcium Vanadium Sheet Silicate|
|Birthstone:||Cavansite is associated with the astrological sign of Aquarius|
|Appearance:||Vitreous to pearly, the stone forms in beautiful spherical rosettes or tufts with pointed crystals in a deep blue colour.|
|Aura:||Cavansite is an intense energy that allows our vibrations to intensify also. It allows an easy flow of meditation, channeling, healing and dreams to work free from the reality of distraction.|
|Colour:||Cavansite is distinctive by its strikingly intense hues of blue or teal.|
|Chakra:||The stone associates with the Throat Chakra and helps with growth through the secondary alignments with the Heart and Third Eye Chakras.|
International Crystals – References and resources:
Michael Gienger, Healing Crystals, Earthdancer Books, 2009
The Columbia Encyclopedia, Crystal, 6th ed. 2014
World of Earth Science, Quartz, 2003
Encyclopedia of Occultism and Parapsychology, Crystal Healing, 2001
New Oxford American Dictionary